Week 1
September 1 Besides science, where in everyday life do you see the metric system?
September 2 Metric Conversions (3 examples)
a) 325 mm to decameters
b) 6.3 meters to mm
c) 765 dam to hectometers

Week2
September 5 NO SCHOOL
September 6 How do you know you are alive?
September 7 How do we solve problems in science?
September 8 Is Breathing a characteristic of life? Explain why or why not.
September 9 What is the difference between biogenisis and abiogenisis?

Week 3
September 12When should you collect data from and experiment?
September 13
a) How many independent variables should there be?
b) How many dependent variables should there be?
c)What do we call the variable that should be kept the same?
September 14
a) What do you call the group that doesn't get the independent variable?
b) Where do you find the independent and dependent variables?
c)In what format should your hypothesis be written for this class?
September 15
a) What does the prefix "micro" mean?
b) What does the prefix "scope" mean?
September 16 How do you carry a microscope?


Week 4
September 19What does the prefix "sub" mean?
September 20 List the 4 types of organic macromolecules.
September 21NO SCHOOL
September 22
a) What does "poly" in polymer mean?
b) What is a polymer made up of?
September 23 a)What organic macromolecules class is
used to store/ a source of energy (E)?
b) What did you do to study for today's test?

Week 5
September 26 What does a monosaccharide stand for? and give on example/
September 27What does a disaccahridestand for? and what is it made up of?
September 28What terms can be used to describe lipids?
September 29 Is H20 organic?
September 30 How many electrons fit in the first orbital?Second orbital? Third orbital?
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